Fayetteville R/C Club

Membership Application


Fayetteville R/C Club requires membership in the AMA and approval vote by club membership. Dues are $50 per year, second family member or youth membership is just $25 per year.




Home Phone




Cell Phone















Can we provide your name, address, phone and email to club members? YES NO

Would you like to receive club newsletter and other club related information via email? YES NO

Would you be willing to help with maintenance of club field YES NO


What are your interests? Circle as many as apply.


Training/Learning R/C as pupil Training/Learning R/C as instructor

Fun Flys Scale

Giant Scale Building

Racing 3D

Club Picnics or Socials Aerobatics

Club Officer Helicopters

Other: ____________________________________________________________


I hereby certify: that I will become familiar with the rules and safety procedures of the Fayetteville R/C Club and

the Academy of model aeronautics, especially the AMA safety code; that I will follow and enforce said rules and

safety procedures; that I will participate and engage in the activities and requirements of the club and that I understand

that my failure to do the above may result in the termination of my membership in the Fayetteville R/C Club.


Signature:_____________________________________________ Date:_______________________


Membership approved by club vote Date:___________________

Fayetteville R/C Club


Fayetteville RC Club is a small, fun group of people that enjoy R/C Airplanes. We fly mostly glow powered aircraft, but we fly electric, helicopters, giant scale, pylon, combat, scale and sport. All types of RC flying are welcome at the Fayetteville R/C Club.


If you need training, we can help you. We have qualified Instructors and we maintain a club trainer to help you learn RC flight.


Description: Club shelter.JPGDescription: bridikillerbee.jpgOur field is well equipped and maintained with a 12x24 shelter with a gas grill, a 12x12 sun shelter, 600 ft. grass runway with overfly, Porta- Potty and several flight safety benches .


Description: club sun shelter.JPGSeveral of our Description: pow111203.gifmembers fly combat. A crepe paper streamer is tied to the tail of the planes. Other fliers try to cut it off. The action is fast, furious and exciting to watch. The planes are tough; they often continue to fly after a mid-air collision. Be ready for excitement and trash talk if you participate.

Description: Club Sign.JPGTo find the field from I95: take exit 52A, highway 24 to Clinton through Stedman. Two miles past the Stedman stoplight, turn left on John Nunnery Road at the Marathon station. Drive 1.5 miles and youll see our sign on the left.

Description: bobcat.jpgVisitors are always welcome at the field. Nearly every good looking weekend, particularly Sundays, someone is out flying. For more information, please see the website: www.fayettevillercclub.com. Our email is fayettevillerc@hotmail.com. or you can contact:

Bill Davis President 624-6422

Scott Happel Secretary 322-8174

Mark Hancock Safety 257-7309

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